Skateboarding living legend and the first-ever hip-hop professional skateboarder to ever provide mainstream awareness to the skate scene, Chad Muska continued his passion for skating and art in the new Thrasher Magazine's segment "Create and Destroy."
The 45-year-old pro skater, musician, and entrepreneur exposed himself to fine art, inspiring him to pursue his dreams of becoming an artist. He made it a reality by not just dreaming but also by his hard work and determination.
After producing "Muskabeatz" as a music career choice for old-school hip hop artists, such as Afrika Bambaataa, Biz Markie, MC Lyte, Guru, Melle Mel, Ice-T, Jeru the Damaja, and KRS-One, as well as for Wu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and U-God, he eventually jumped to doing art shows.
He also built a fan base for his creativity on the infamous "Skytop" skate shoes and other insane formulations to bolster the skate community.
Today, Muska settles down as an artist and a humble human being, influencing others to do good in life using his social media.
Muska said. "A few years ago, Michael Sieben and Colin Kennedy came to my house in LA to record and produce this video segment focused on my artwork."
"So much has changed in my life since then, but the timing couldn't be more appropriate for this release as I am just starting to return to my artwork practices here in Ohio, He said. "I plan to do some of my largest scale works here. That is why I initially moved here and wanted land; I just got sidetracked with learning how to grow food and maintain this property."